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Accountability

Sustainable Conservation has a strong track record of making the most of our financial contributions. In addition to our history of high marks from independent evaluators like Charity Navigator, we strive to improve our effectiveness and efficiency by evolving our:

  • Fundraising efforts
  • Strategic investments
  • Accounting systems
  • Performance in independent financial audits, which we do voluntarily

2013 Financial Highlights

Statement of Activities

Foundation Grants$ 4,702,021
Individual Contributions$ 1,599,599
Government Grants$ 189,502
Other$ 105,014
Total Support and Revenue$ 6,596,136
Program$ 2,651,867
Fundraising$ 624,432
General and Administrative$ 382,162
Total Expenses$ 3,658,461
Net Assets Beginning of Year$ 3,353,802
Net Assets End of Year$ 6,472,859
Change in Net Assets$ 3,119,057

Financial Transparency

Sustainable Conservation is committed to openly sharing financial information.

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Sustainable Conservation does not sell or trade our donors' personal information with other entities. Sustainable Conservation has been designated a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation by the United States Internal Revenue Service. Your contribution is tax-deductible as a charitable contribution.